PatronPATRON + MONDAY MUSINGS- Rules for a snow event in the South January 13, 2020 March 2, 2023by Donna R Causey To view this content, you must be a member of Alabama Pioneers Patrons's Patreon at $2 or more Unlock with PatreonAlready a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Tags: Alabama historyweather
Thank you for sharing your knowledge, I always find them very interesting. I did not like history in school so my knowledge is limited, still do not like it in abundance but enjoy these snippets. Again thank you, God Bless
I’m glad you are enjoying the website! Thank you for the comment.
What was the recipe for snow ice cream? I remember we had to scoop the top layer off right away, before the soot had time to settle on it (yes, I’m elderly). I know it had vanilla flavoring, but I think that was it.
You can click on the link to see a great snow ice cream recipe by Paula Deen, but I believe the basic one was just adding three ingredients, milk, sugar, and vanilla.
I brought 2 sleds to Bham with me for my son’s family 4 yrs ago. Have yet to use them!!!!
If you move down here from up north and KNOW how to drive on snow, still stay home. The rest of us will be sliding around like the three stooges and will probably wreck into your car. Seriously, have a backup source of heat and light, play board games or read a good book. Soup, chili, or cocoa is the way to go!
Patricia Bevins Keesee
What Laura Roberson said: STAY OFF THE ROADS! In fact, here in Houston, stay off the roads most of the time, 24/7, year round.
Do not panic, we will be just fine. Flurries not buried alive. Now if roads get icy we need to be careful. Slow and steady if we need to but feel we will be just fine.
I love it. It just feels like home. There is no better time to help each other, enjoy each other’s company & feel home than during an Alabama snow event.
The same applies to Portland, Oregon!